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The fable of the bees: or, private vices, public benefits. With, An essay on charity and charity-schools; and, A search into the nature of society. The ninth edition: to which is added, A vindication of the book from the Aspersions contained in a Presentment of the Grand Jury of Middlesex, and an abusive Letter to the Lord C.
Edinburgh: Printed for W. Gray and W. Peter, Sold at their shop in the Parliament Close, 1755.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Francis Lewis||10/26/1791||11/1/1791||Fable of Bees|
|Francis Lewis||Volume 2||11/1/1791||11/10/1791||"|
|William Linn||Volume 2||12/27/1791||12/30/1791||Fable bees|
|Francis Lewis||4/28/1792||4/30/1792||Fable Bees|
|Ahasuerus Turk, Jr.||Volume 1||10/22/1799||10/26/1799||Fable Bees|
|Theophilius Brower||Volume 1||12/11/1799||12/18/1799||Fable Bees|
|Joseph Eden||Volume 2||11/18/1801||11/19/1801||Fable Bees|
|Joseph Eden||Volume 1||11/18/1801||11/19/1801||Fable Bees|
|William G. Miller||Volume 2||9/11/1804||9/12/1804||Fable Bees|
|William G. Miller||Volume 1||9/11/1804||9/12/1804||Fable Bees|